Publications Using C-Dem Data

(*indicates peer-reviewed; ☨ indicates author outside network)

*Laura B. Stephenson, Allison Harell, Daniel Rubenson, and Peter John Loewen. 2021. “Measuring Preferences and Behaviours in the 2019 Canadian Election Study.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 54(1): 118-124.

*Laura French Bourgeois, Allison Harell and Laura B. Stephenson. 2020. “To follow or not to follow: Social norms and civic duty during a pandemic.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 53(2): 273-278.

Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant, Allison Harell and Laura Stephenson. “Women and racialized Canadians worry more about COVID-19 largely because they are more at risk. This may have future mental health implications.” Policy Options May 21, 2020.

☨ Harold D. Clarke and Jon H. Pammett. “Environmental Issues in Recent British and Canadian Elections.” Canadian Journal of European and Russian Studies 14.2 (2020): 102-128.

* ☨ Chris Erl. 2021. The People and The Nation: The “Thick” and the “Thin” of Right‐Wing Populism in Canada. Social Science Quarterly 102(1): 107-124.

*Joanie Bouchard. 2021. “I think Canadians look like all sorts of people”: ethnicity, political leadership, and the case of Jagmeet Singh.” The Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics, 1-32. doi:10.1017/rep.2020.51

* ☨ Jack Lucas and David A. Armstrong II. 2021. Policy Ideology and Local Ideological Representation in Canada. Canadian Journal of Political Science, 1-18. doi:10.1017/S0008423921000652

☨ Thomas Bergeron and Thomas Galipeau. 2021. “The Political Implications of Personality in Canada.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 54(2): 292-315.

☨ Nina Obermeier. 2021. “COVID-19, economic anxiety, and support for international economic integration.” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31(sup1): 15-25.

* André Blais, Semra Sevi, and Carolina Plescia. 2021. “Are voters’ views about proportional outcomes shaped by partisan preferences? A survey experiment in the context of a real election.” Political Science Research and Methods: 1-7.

☨ Fred Cutler, Alexandre Rivard, and Antony Hodgson. “Why Bother? Supporters of Locally Weaker Parties Are Less Likely to Vote or to Vote Sincerely.” Canadian Journal of Political Science (2021): 1-18.

☨ Alex B. Rivard and Eric Merkley. 2021. “What Moooves Opinion? Examining the Correlates and Dynamics of Mass Support for Supply Management in the Agriculture Sector.” Canadian Journal of Political Science: 1-22.

☨ Nicole McMahon, Anthony Sayers, and Christopher Alcantara. 2021. “Political Donations and the Gender Gap during COVID-19.” Party Politics, online.


Samara Centre for Democracy, Temperature Check: Canadian Democratic Attitudes in a Pandemic.